Engine Suzuki D13AA

The 1.3-liter Suzuki D13AA or 1.3 DDiS diesel engine was produced from 2003 to 2017 and was installed on the European versions of Swift, Ignis, Splash and was essentially a clone of the Fiat 1.3 JTD. A modification of this motor with 90 hp and 200 Nm is still being installed on the Asian models of the concern.

Diesels of the Fiat family: D13AA, D16AA, D19AA, D20AA.

Specifications

Production years 2003-2017
Displacement, cc 1248
Fuel system Common Rail
Power output, hp 69 – 75 (1 gen. or MultiJet I)
75 (2 gen. or MultiJet II)
Torque output, Nm 170 – 190 (1 gen. or MultiJet I)
190 (2 gen. or MultiJet II)
Cylinder block cast iron R4
Block head aluminum 16v
Cylinder bore, mm 69.6
Piston stroke, mm 82.0
Compression ratio 18.0 (1 gen. or MultiJet I)
16.8 (2 gen. or MultiJet II)
Features intercooler
Hydraulic lifters yes
Timing drive chain
Phase regulator no
Turbocharging BorgWarner KP35
Recommended engine oil 5W-40
Engine oil capacity, liter 3.2
Fuel type diesel
Euro standards EURO 4 (1 gen. or MultiJet I)
EURO 5 (2 gen. or MultiJet II)
Fuel consumption, L/100 km (for Suzuki Swift 2012)
— city
— highway
— combined
5.1
3.6
4.2
Engine lifespan, km ~250 000
Weight, kg 142

The engine was installed on:

  • Suzuki Ignis 2 (MH) in 2004 – 2008;
  • Suzuki Splash 1 (EX) in 2008 – 2010;
  • Suzuki Swift 3 (MZ) in 2005 – 2010; Swift 4 (NZ) in 2010 – 2017;
  • Suzuki Wagon R Plus 2 (MA63) in 2003 – 2008.

Disadvantages of the D13AA engine

  • First of all, this diesel engine is known for freezing the crankcase ventilation system in severe frost;
  • The timing chain is notable for its unstable resource, it can pass both 100 and 300 thousand km;
  • The Bosch fuel system is reliable and only the pressure regulator sometimes fails;
  • Infrequently, but there is a wedge of the plunger of the oil pump pressure reducing valve;
  • Also, the hassle throws up the EGR particulate filter and the ever-leaking heat exchanger.

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